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Old 04-07-2011, 05:24 PM
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i would be heart broken. i'm so sorry!

selfishly, i would've kept her, but what a big thing to do of you! that wouldd be hard!
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Old 04-07-2011, 06:07 PM
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That is so terrible I am so sorry hon! I know this must have been such a hard choice after all those months I get attached way too easy and I would have had a hard time in your situation! Sorry little Holly is gone though, hope she's happy wherever she is.
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Old 04-07-2011, 06:31 PM
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Oh wow. I also don't think I could give her back. A few weeks or even a month or if I knew it was a good situation, then maybe. But after that long....no way. I'm so so sorry. (((Hugs)))
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Old 04-07-2011, 08:43 PM
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I am sorry you have to go through this. must bery very heart breaking.

I went through kind of the same situation 2 years ago, with cats, not Chis. The owner advertised she couldn't afford to feed the 2 cats (one was pregnant and the other one is the daughter or the previous litter, and she has 4 cats in total). She came to my house and vetted me and my animals and my family members (human also met in her house too). But after she left the cats, within 20 mins, she started to text me, call me non stop. I'd never felt so disturbed. I have to go through police as I did pay for the cats and she put the advert up for weeks before I even asked for them. I have to go through months and months of hazzles and I didn't even know if I made the right decision NOT to give the cats back. And it was only a day I have had the 2 cats.

My point is, now you knew how you feel, you could always call her for a chat, tell her exactly how you feel, how much time you spent to train the dog up and feed her properly as well as how everybody react since then. But I guess if you could still go and visit, may be that helps to ease the pain a bit?

Just my 2 pennies opinion really. We cannot simply just take things back even the others have said we could have them back.
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Old 04-07-2011, 08:56 PM
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Aww your such a good person, I can't imagine how hard that would have been for you. As we all know here it only takes a day to fall in love with a chi and for you to have tht lil one for like 4 months. I hope they treat her as good as you did! atleast you can visit her often , let us know how she's getting on when you visit her xx
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Old 04-07-2011, 09:21 PM
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They were so totally out of line I can't even begin to speak on it. I only hope your heart (and your doggers' hearts) heal quickly; you know that you did your best for her while she was with you. Honestly, you are a stronger person than I ever could be. Peace to your and yours.
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Old 04-07-2011, 09:52 PM
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I aquired Louie as 'free to a good home' and for the first month I was terrified they were going to ask for him back. If they ever do then the answer will be 'no' as he is my dog.


I think its pretty awful of them to ask for her back, especially since you had her for so long and she settled in and you bonded with her. I think they have been really selfish and care more about themselves than the dog

Fairplay for you giving her back, it can't have been easy I hope they stick to their word and feed her better and allow you to visit xx
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Old 04-07-2011, 10:08 PM
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Thanks for all your lovely replies.

No it wasn't an easy thing to do, but I know they genuinely loved her & that they had only really given her up because they had been looking after their sons dog & didn't have the time she needed. I felt as sorry for them as I did for myself in a way...... They had always kept in touch to see how she was going so I guess I should have known this was a possibility.

We have already had an e-mail to report that she is doing well & they have been walking her & even found an off leash park nearby to take her to so that makes me feel better. They also had adopted a cat recently & so Holly has company now too as she loves cats. I really do think they are going to look after her or I would NEVER have agreed to give her back. We are definitely going to make sure to visit her too as often as we can.

My one ray of sunshine at the moment is that I have my 2 other babies to comfort me & my kids are pretty resilient as they have lost pets in the past. We had to put my Cairn terrier down a couple of years ago as he had started to lose his mind with old age & became agressive & we also lost our beloved Ragdoll cat last year to kidney disease, still it is harder to have to give one away.
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